Worley progresses new petrochemical project in US

Worley is moving to the construction phase on the expansion of ExxonMobil’s petrochemical project in Texas.
The Baytown chemical expansion project will include a linear alpha olefins (LAO) unit and a solution polymer unit (SPU).
The LAO unit will have an estimated production capacity of around 350,000 tonnes a year.
Worley has completed the engineering and procurement phases of the offsite expansion project and will now deliver construction outside the battery limits for the new units.
This construction comprises all the interconnecting process and utility streams piping, tie-ins, equipment, and the electrical and instrumentation connections required to integrate the new units into the existing complex. The LAO and SPU units are expected to start up in 2023.
“We look forward to constructing this specialty chemicals project on the US Gulf Coast for ExxonMobil,” said Brad Van de Veen, president Americas field services at Worley. “Having executed the engineering and procurement for the project, it means a lot to us to carry that through to the construction phase – a full EPC execution."
“This project will provide the building blocks for the essential and sustainable products that we depend on every day. We look forward to continue supporting ExxonMobil at one of the largest integrated refining and petrochemical complexes in the world,” added Karen Sobel, group president, Americas at Worley.

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